Monthly Archives: October 2016

Nasal Flu Vaccine 2016

NASAL FLU VACCINES
A team from IntraHealth will be visiting school on Wednesday 9th November to carry out the immunisations for pupils in Years 1, 2 and 3 who have returned consent forms.

Posted on October 27, 2016

October’s Gold Book Winners

WELL DONE TO OUR GOLD BOOK WINNERS FOR OCTOBER:
RECEPTION – PARKER G
YEAR 1 – JACOB M
YEAR 2B – ERRIN P
YEAR 2H – FLORENCE H
YEAR 3 – OWEN B
YEAR 4 – OSCAR C
YEAR 5 – ROSA S
YEAR 6 – REECE B

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Last week’s Book Fair raised £800 in books

BOOK FAIR
A big Thank You to everyone who came to the Book Fair last week. You spent over £1400 which meant that school received over £800 to spend on books for the children!

Posted on October 18, 2016

The Bethany Project Non-uniform Day

NON-UNIFORM DAY
Thank you to everyone for the donations received today in aid of The Bethany Project. We raised an amazing £204.50. Calendars are for sale for £2.00 each at the school office.

More information about hte work of the Bethany Project can be found here: http://www.bethanyfamily.net/

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Online Safety Workshops

Thank you to all parents who came along to the Online Safety Workshops held in school this week. We had a great turnout and the response from parents about the highly valuable nature of the presentation was extremely good.

The presentation was packed full of information about the possible dangers of certain online activity and included lots of resources for parents to use to look at how best to keep your children safe while on the internet. All the links from the presentation have been added to the Useful Links page of our school website.

If you’d like to share any feedback about the presentation, please contact Mr Toddington in school.

Posted on October 11, 2016

Non-uniform Day in aid of the Bethany Project

NON-UNIFORM DAY
On Friday 14th October we will be holding a Non-Uniform Day in exchange for £1.00 to raise funds for The Bethany Project who visited our school today. The Project‘s aim is to help the most underprivileged, deprived and vulnerable members of society, especially orphaned children in Tanzania.

Posted on October 8, 2016

The Gazebo Gets a Lick of Paint!

Our gazebo on the Infant yard has had a lick of paint today, thanks the the PTFA for donating the paint to smarten it up! Thank you to the members of the PTFA, family members and even a Governor for taking the time to get the job done! We really appreciate your efforts – the children love it!

 

gazebo

Posted on October 4, 2016